As a scientific researcher, inventor and legal analyst, Scott is passionate about helping clients with their medical device innovations. He spent several years assisting with technology development and commercialization strategies for a major research university, and he was an inventor for a novel breast tissue marker technology and a surgical instrument for detecting implanted titanium breast clips.
Scott drafts and prosecutes patents, advises clients on intellectual property disputes, and provides guidance on his clients’ intellectual property assets.
While in law school at the University of Florida, Scott served as Editor of the Florida Law Review and as President of the Intellectual Property & Technology Law Association (IPTLA). He was also a Section Representative of the UF Law American Constitution Society (ACS) and a member of the Gator Law ACLU.
Clemson University, B.S., Bioengineering
Clemson University, M.S., Bioengineering
University of Florida, J.D., cum laude